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#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Somerset Dam
Somerset Dam has got to be one of the most picturesque 10000 acre plots of water around!! The history of the place alone would be enough to absorb most deep thinkers for a good while over a cool Chablis out of the...
Beautiful picnic areas Loads of local camp grounds The Dam gets quite busy in Summer but can really handle the traffic.
Yowie Park Kilcoy 12.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Kilcoy
... of the Information Centre.The craft cottage was the most popular with a wonderful array of homemade gifts and plants in the outdoor section.The Courthouse Art Gallery also popular especially since the opening ...
Around the lake is the "For Valour" memorial walk which was designed by the Kilcoy RSL and informs the visitor of the local war veterans.
Red Cedar Park Dundas 14.0 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Dundas
Phoenix Sculpture Garden Mt Gloroius Mount Glorious, Australia 20.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Mount Glorious
... towards the bush and sculpture walk After walking for a short time we came across a very peaceful grassed area with a beautiful view where we had coffee and cake such a unique experience Thank you Graham and M...
This garden, hidden down a lane from Mt Glorious village, is a true delight of shady paths, exquisite sculpture and inspiration.
Cruice Park Woodford, Australia 19.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Woodford
Great place to park for a rest
Stony Creek Day-Use Recreation Area Woodford, Australia 21.0 mi away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Woodford
Cedar Creek Park Samford, Australia 22.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Samford
Turn into Cedar Creek Road off Mount Samson Road around Closeburn, and you will be treated with this beautiful drive to a great little picnic park, and running creeks that can be followed for quite a ways.
Or go a bit further, drive to the end of Cedar Creek road, hike along the creek until you get to the waterfall and water hole.
Glass House Mountains National Park Glass House Mountains, Australia 25.9 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Glass House Mountains
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday living to the tranquility of the Glasshouse Mountains, To fully appreciate the mountains one must escape into the lush rainforest where the sound of the whip bird echoes th...
Enjoy driving the back roads to find stunning views and beautiful rainforest walks, fascinating little towns and quirky shops.
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Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Brisbane, Australia 23.8 mi away
#15 of 83 Nature & Parks in Brisbane
Fantastic ride with the combination of great scenery, riding that satisfies all levels of accomplishment and doing your bit to help the country towns along the way
David and Josie from Out There Cycling delivered the bikes to our most beautiful accommodation at Wiikirri and with the hired electric bikes we were able to ride the Trail in the assisted mode and out of it whenev...
Centenary Lakes Caboolture, Australia 25.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Caboolture
Fabulous place to go and sit and be one with nature , plenty of waterfalls and quiet leafy places to just be ....... feed the ducks , walk around , use the gym equipment , kids can play ball or at the park .
This is a beautiful park very close to the city of Caboolture it has great play equipment for children it has bbq facilities public amenities also good walking paths for your daily excersie aswell as the bird life...
Lake Samsonvale Cashmere, Australia 24.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Cashmere
Shade over the picnic tables.
Mount Ngungun Glass House Mountains, Australia 29.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Glass House Mountains
Mt Ngungun (253m high, sixth highest of the Glasshouse Mtns) is an excellent and fairly easy walk (for those with average levels of fitness) with amazing views out to the other Glasshouse Mountains and back to the...
A little over two kilometres up a very well directed path (lots of steps) and lots of space at the top to wander around and soak up the sights, or even sit down and enjoy a picnic.
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#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Somerset Dam